Tip of the cap to ol' Sammy Silverman. The man just gets it.
I got chills, and there multiplying!
Q: What do you say to comfort a grammar nazi?
A: "There, Their, They're."
A: Downvote! :)
Lets kick their ass.
awe inspiring, go bucks, destroy the blue
Saw it already on Instagram...instantly had to like it!
Rock over London; Rock on Chicago. Timex: It takes a lickin' but keeps on tickin'
Cool ass poster.
Call me a fuddy duddy but I'm still not crazy about direct war references when it's just football. JMO & $.02
I know there's a game Saturday, and my ass will be there.
I understand that sentiment. I would think most people also understand it's simply hyperbole, and real war is a very different and terrible thing. My dad certainly knows that.
"I miss Brady Hoke."
n., v. warred, war•ring,
1. armed conflict between nations or factions within a nation; warfare.
2. a state or period of active military operations.
3. (often cap.) a particular armed conflict consisting of a series of battles or campaigns
4. armed fighting as a science or profession.
5. active hostility or contention; conflict
6. aggressive competition
7. a struggle to achieve a particular goal
8. Archaic. a battle.
It seems like definitions #5,6,7 could be used to describe a football game.
Never said it was an inaccurate description or that war couldn't be used to describe the game. Only stated I'm not huge on likening a football game to war. That's it. I dig the poster, I just think sometimes the whole "combat" "war" "soldier" thing is a little disrespectful to the real thing even though it's hyperbole. As I said it's just an opinion. I'm not bashing anyone.
No problem, I guess I was pointing out that by the definition of war it does not always mean combat/ soldiers so it seems to be appropriate to use.
That's a good point. +1
That is bad ass.
I pretty much love everything Ohio State, but when it is a combined with a subtle reference to Game of Thrones I swoon
Tom Crean listens to Nickelback...
Wow. I wish I knew what it was like to be that talented at something.
The will to win is not as important as the will to prepare to win. -- Woody Hayes
TTUN artwork from Mgoblog--a comparison. Even our artwork decimates the roadkill scums kindergarten coloring. A rip off of Bane breaking Batman's back. So TTUN is Bane? They are certainly evil, but in power they are more like Newman from Seinfeld. . .
I hope that was done by someone's little brother or sister in grade school. If so, props. If not, let this remind us how very lucky we are here at 11W.